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Project Management Tool


GitScrum Spreadsheet is your new way to add and arrange robust data to your projects. It replaces the need of external apps for calculation tables and lists, so you can gather everything fully integrated in the same place.

Fast access and updates to projects data

Facilitate your project management routine, eliminating gaps of time by opening external apps and software, to process data related to the projects you manage with GitScrum. Do updates easier and faster during your meetings, focusing on the core projects, rather than documents processing.

Increase productivity, integrating data processing

Gone is the time when collaborators needed to have individual files and needed to exchange them frequently, each time they made updates. Sharing a common cloud solved part of the teams’ needs, but they still get a little confused about documents location and organization.

Now, you can create GitScrum Spreadsheets right inside each one of your projects, allow all teams and stakeholders to do updates or only visualize them (delegating specific roles and credentials). This way, it’ll be safer to scale your operations, keeping data organized.

White Label + Unlimited Users

Invite unlimited users (clients and teammates) to manage your projects and track progress.

Support projects budgeting
Use GitScrum Spreadsheets to make project budgets, based on the information you obtain from other GitScrum features, like GitScrum Task Effort (size and complexity of tasks), GitScrum Time Tracking (duration of each task) and GitScrum Sprints (average time for execution of a number of goals or tasks).
Create planning spreadsheets
You can also use GitScrum Spreadsheets to organize a backlog / long list of tasks or items that must be later added to your GitScrum Board, or make a detailed planning from the brainstorms you ran with GitScrum Mind Mapping.
Improve cybersecurity, keeping a record of all projects Info
Gathering the projects documents all in one place is a positive safety guideline to be adopted by your teams. Of course it’s always recommendable to keep backup(s), but your teams must be offered an efficient and safe platform where they must add 100% of data related to all projects, so the company won’t lose any info in case of collaborators replacements or teams restructuring, for instance.
Capture ideas instantly
GitScrum Spreadsheet is the fastest feature to capture your ideas at once. Make quick lists of ideas, provisions, measures, themes to be worked on a project. Later on, you can copy-paste them to your GitScrum Board and control them on the GitScrum Task Checklist. You can use it to create a product review(s) list, an editorial calendar, an acquisitions list, benchmarking references and countless other purposes.
What is the advantage of the GitScrum Spreadsheet?
GitScrum Spreadsheet is already integrated into your project management tool, so when you are editing your projects and need to make lists or calculations, you won’t need to open external software anymore, all you have to do now is create a handy spreadsheet with it, much faster.
How does GitScrum Spreadsheet work in project management?
It helps to support the projects by allowing specialists to process data, doing calculations and estimates for budgets, pricing, material, labor, execution time, work capacity and all important data. It also helps marketing and customer support teams to generate relevant reports to the product owners and top management.
Why can GitScrum Spreadsheet help my team(s)?
As long as your business grows and scales operations, you are now able to establish standards on file and spreadsheets locations, all kept right inside each corresponding project. You and your team will save time at “sending updates” and avoid losing files, since they will be safe where you first determined.
How can I import data from my Google Docs and MS Excel spreadsheets to GitScrum now?
To import data from the spreadsheets you’ve created on external apps to GitScrum, you must copy-paste them to your GitScrum Spreadsheet, so you can utilize your previous work.